HO`IKE / LU`AU 2018


General Information & Tickets

Saturday, May 5th, 2018 at the Shrine Event Center
Doors open at 1:30pm
170 Lindberg Avenue, Livermore, California


To order tickets:

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General Admission
$40 in advance/$45 at the door

Children 10 and under
$20 in advance/$25 at the door


NON-ONLINE paymentS may be sent to:

Halau Makana Lani
4294 Stanley Blvd.
Pleasanton, CA 94566

Please make checks payable to:
Halau Makana Lani



Ho'ike Musicians

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This year, we are proud to have Ho'omana join us as our live performers! Within the Hawaiian Community Ho’omana has become one of the top recording and performing groups in Northern California, a name recognized since November 2001.  The name Ho’omana in Hawaiian means “to worship,” is synonymous with traditional Hawaiian and Christian Hymns with a dash of Reggae.

As a loosely organized band of five members originally called, “Monterey All Stars” they performed as an opening act for the South Seas Island Jam in  Monterey, CA on October 21, 2001. Today, they have become one of the most sort after Hawaiian musical groups on the West coast.

Ho’omana has seen a few changes over the years.  The five members have become three; the sound is tighter, with six-string rhythm and slack-key guitars, ukulele and electric or upright bass.  The music has also evolved, but despite the changes, it has remained unique, a sound instantly recognized: fresh arrangements of traditional, contemporary Hawaiian, Reggae and Christian melodies with beautiful three-part harmonies.

The group members include Robert Uncangco on lead & background vocals and 6-string rhythm guitar, Manley Bush on lead & background vocals and 6-string slack-key guitar & Ukulele and Eddy Navarro on Bass and background vocals.

For more information visit http://www.hoomana.com.